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Shaping San FranciscoOhlone Profiles Project

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The largest living Ohlone tribe began a migration from San Francisco's Mission Dolores in 1834 and now lives in Pomona, CA. From June 2012 to November 2013 the Ohlone Profiles Project is bringing this peninsula's original inhabitants back to this land where they will be holding community meetings, healing ceremonies, and other gatherings to begin a Truth and Reconciliation process between the City and the Tribe. Fresh from a Big Time Gathering on Indigenous Peoples' Day (October 6) at the Presidio Parade Grounds, and the annual sunrise ceremony honoring the 1969 Occupation of Alcatraz (October 8), Ohlone Profiles Project directors Mary Jean Robertson and Neil MacLean and members of the Tribe will discuss the Ohlone Tribe's return.

This audio is part of the collection: Shaping San Francisco - Audio Recordings
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Artist/Composer: Shaping San Francisco
Keywords: Ohlone; indigenous; indian; San Francisco; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Federal recognition; Pomona; Bear dance; rituals

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